Some articles on salle lacaze, salle, lacaze:
... The company gave its first performances during the summer of 1855 at the Salle Lacaze ... This theatre was unusually small with a capacity of only 300 spectators, but was located on the Carré Marigny, near the crowds attending the Exposition Universelle ...
... theatre, which was not much larger than the Salle Lacaze, was demolished, and the larger Salle Choiseul with a capacity of about 900 was constructed ... only larger, but warmer, more luxurious and more comfortable than the Salle Lacaze ... of the merged company was on 29 December 1855 at the Salle Choiseul and included the premiere of Offenbach's Ba-ta-clan, a one-act chinoiserie musicale with a libretto by Halévy ...
... Offenbach had chosen his theatre, the Salle Lacaze in the Champs-Élysées ... The Salle Lacaze was next to the exhibition site ... was a little theatre to let, built for Lacaze but closed for many years ...
Famous quotes containing the word salle:
“Green, green is El Aghir. It has a railway station,
And the wealth of its soil has borne many another fruit:
A mairie, a school and an elegant Salle de Fetes.
Such blessings, as I remarked, in effect, to the waiter,
Are added unto them that have plenty of water.”
—Norman Cameron (b. 1905)